Gerald Emerick made an appearance in the Season 8 of Married... with Children as the man sitting behind Al Bundy in a charity all-star basketball game in in the Season 8 opening episode "A Tisket, a Tasket, Can Peg Make a Basket?".

As an actor, Gerald has made numerous guest appearances in such popular films as This Is 40 (2012), Crazy (2008), Space Cowboys (2000), and Pleasantville (1998). In addition to his MWC appearance, His other TV show guest appearances include appearances on Diagnosis:Murder, Everybody Hates Chris, and Ally McBeal.

As a musician, Gerald first gained notoriety at CBGBs with band Quincy, which Columbia Records signed to its biggest deal ever in 1980. Sued upon their debut by Quincy Jones over their name, the band released a second album as "Lulu Temple".

Emerick went on to create the PTL Sound Club, a satirical alternative music/performance art club act and continued to develop a career as an actor and composer in film and TV. He also wrote, directed, and produced a short film featuring Gary Oldman. Currently, Gerals has been at work writing a dramatic series about a punk era band and a musical/multi-media play about the reunion of an estranged performance art band.

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